The winners of the first season of ‘The Block NZ’ have set up their very-own creative agency, Tomorrow and are looking for the next big purpose-led business.
Siblings and winners of the 2012 edition of popular home design challenge TV show ‘The Block NZ’ Ben Crawford and Libby Oborn have launched creative studio ‘Libby and Ben’, later rebranded to Tomorrow to help design and deliver brand experiences.
In November, the siblings have announced a competition, the Brand For Good Competition, in search for the country’s next big purpose-led business with the winner receiving an extensive branding package worth over $50,000.
The branding package will include brand strategy, design, packaging, digital develop and the opportunity to grow and scale their business through purposeful branding and storytelling.
In this competition, Crawford and Oborn are looking for a business who are set to launch their product or service into market.
“We’re seeking the businesses and brands that seek to shape our tomorrow. You could be any scale, any industry. A brand-new start-up, or established business with a brand-new launch ahead,” says Crawford.
“As long as your purpose is to do good, we could help you achieve it.”
The Brand For Good Competition will also include a judging panel of purpose-led entrepreneurs such as Brianne West, founder of Ethique and Toss Grumley, business growth advisor of Wolf + Fox.
“Creating a new brand is an amazing opportunity to make decisions that influence and shape what tomorrow looks like,” adds Crawford.
“This competition represents our commitment to helping those businesses who are shaping the future make their mark.”
Those interested in entering, can enter here.